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Five Top Trusts for Global Growth
Unsure where in the world to invest your ISA this year? Gen up on asset allocation and discover our favourite global investment trusts.
Worried about where in the world is safe to invest your ISA allowance this year? In this month's issue of Investment Trust Insider we hear from Alex Crooke, manager of Bankers, a global investment trust.
Crooke explains why he is concerned about investor fearfulness rather than the global recession that has weighed on stock markets this year.
In the second part of the article we pick out five Top Trusts for Global Growth. Each has good performance, reasonable charges but different approaches to the challenges of global investing.
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In this guide to investment trusts, produced in association with Aberdeen Asset Management, we spoke to many of the leading experts in the field to find out more.
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by Gavin Lumsden on Oct 23, 2016 at 00:01